Oklahoma Spaceport

Located at what was once Clinton-Sherman AFB in western Oklahoma, the Oklahoma Spaceport came into its present form in 2006 when granted license by the FAA to conduct suborbital launch activities.

Special Characteristics:
The Oklahoma Spaceport is home to one of the longest runways in North America. It is 13,503 feet (4,116 meters) long and 150 feet wide (46 meters).

Notable Events:
1942 – Construction begins on naval air Station at Burns Flat, OK.
2004 – Armadillo Aerospace begins 5 years of test flights on a variety of spacecraft.

Location:
Burns Flat, OK, USA

Coordinates:
35°20′23″N 099°12′02″W

Elevation:
1,922 ft. (586 m)

Launch Capabilities:
Manned and Unmanned Suborbital

Accessibility:
Commercial

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